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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by miket1117, Jul 19, 2021.
Why? Because I can't.
Oh hell to the yes. The louder I play the better I am. When the volume gets turned down, I suck again...
because I can't play a cello.
I tried in Jr High. Sucked at that too, never could read music...
Why do you play guitar?
I don't remember...
Approaching mediocre at both golf and guitar. I woulda, coulda, shoulda at piano, but formal piano lessons sucked the fun right out of that!
Man, I wish I had that. I don't have any musical fire within. I've known people who had it, but I never did. I enjoy making music, but I always have to force it.
We go back a Very long way(mid '70s in fact) and she has her moments, but she also has some peculiarities too: She's probably the only person in the history of humanity that every got upset at someone doing Her dirty dishes in order to let Her relax,...
I sure as hell don’t do it to make any money.
Posted, I expect, in some jest. Bit still, reading numerous comments on the forum about the current challenges for making guitar skills pay has been saddening for me. -That because at one time it could do just that (although no one I knew took guitar up principally for that purpose.)
I suppose being a fair guitar player today is somewhat like having a bachelor's degree. Once fairly rare; now so common in many fields that it is basically of no dollar value.
Still to me the comparison can be a plus. Because just as one can learn for pleasure, so one can just for pleasure learn the guitar or another musical instrument.
Interestingly saying a person is an "amateur" is today sort of a put down. But once it was a great compliment. For the word "amateur" itself means 'does so out of love.' "Amore" = "my love." And to me still there is no better reason to play (or do anything) than that!
Why guitar? Have you ever tried getting a piano in a gig bag?
no... but would this work?
For my mental health
Not for my piano, but nicely done!
this might be a little cumbersome...
I frickin love that answer.
.,.lol, yeah I've been on both sides of that coin more than once.